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FIG. 43.—The arteries ot the upper extremity in the O'hunpa^ee. A, arteries of the forearm and hand : B, brachial artery; D.A., doeppalnaai-arch; Dig. A., digital arterial arch ; S.A., superficial palmar arch. Orli^i* letters explained in test.
ulnar arteries, but in some animals it is apparently continued by the ulnar artery after giving off the radial artery. The branches differ as follows from those
in Man:—